Business Process Modeling with the User Requirements Notation

Business Process Modeling with the User Requirements Notation

Michael Weiss (Carleton University, Canada) and Daniel Amyot (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 33
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-277-0.ch008
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Abstract

This chapter demonstrates how the user requirements notation (URN) can be used to model business processes. URN combines goals and scenarios in order to help capture and reason user requirements prior to detailed design. In terms of application areas, this emerging standard targets reactive systems in general, with a particular focus on telecommunications systems and services. This chapter argues that the URN can also be applied to business process modeling. To this end, it illustrates the notation, its use, and its benefits with a supply chain management case study. It then briefly compares this approach to related modeling approaches, namely, use case-driven design, service-oriented architecture analysis, and conceptual value modeling. The authors believe that a URN-based approach will provide usable and useful tools to assist researchers and practitioners with the modeling, analysis, integration, and evolution of existing and emerging business processes.

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Preface
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Chapter 1
Frank Goethals, Jacques Vandenbulcke, Wilfried Lemahieu
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Different Types of Business-to-Business Integration: Extended Enterprise Integration vs Market B2B Integration
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Mahesh Raisinghani, Turan Melemez, Lijie Zou, Chris Paslowski, Irma Kikvidze, Susanne Taha, Klaus Simons
The business models in the business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce and their effectiveness have been a major topic of research in the recent years.... Sample PDF
E-Business Models in B2B: A Process-Based Categorization and Analysis of Business-to-Business Models
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Jørn F. Nielsen, Viggo. Høst, Niels P. Mols
This chapter analyses factors influencing manufacturers’ adoption and implementation of Internet-based marketing channels, using models based on... Sample PDF
Drivers of Adoption and Implementation of Internet-Based Marketing Channels
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Uta W.. de Montalvo, Els Van de Kar, Carleen Maitland
The advent of new electronic platforms is forcing firms from a range of industries to come together in so-called “value networks” for the provision... Sample PDF
Content is King? Interdependencies in Value Networks for Mobile Services
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Ravinder Nath, Rebecca Angeles
This study explores the resource dependency and relational exchange theories to understand firms’ participation in e-procurement and seeks to... Sample PDF
Buyer-Supplier Relationships in Business-to-Business E-Procurement: Effects of Supply Conditions
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Wen-Jang Jih, Shu-Yeng Wong, Tsung-Bin Chang
Banking is often regarded as an information-intensive industry. From the information process point of view, banking services primarily involve... Sample PDF
Consumer Factors Affecting Adoption of Internet Banking Services: An Empirical Investigation in Taiwan
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Ye-Sho Chen, Guoqing Chen, Soushan Wu
The third industrial revolution, combining Internet technology with globalization, produces an increasingly complicated e-business environment. It... Sample PDF
A Simonian Approach to E-Business Research: A Study in Netchising
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Chapter 8
Michael Weiss, Daniel Amyot
This chapter demonstrates how the user requirements notation (URN) can be used to model business processes. URN combines goals and scenarios in... Sample PDF
Business Process Modeling with the User Requirements Notation
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Ziv Baida, Jaap Gordijn, Hans Akkermans, Hanne Sæle, Andrei Morch
We outline a rigorous approach that models how companies can electronically offer packages of independent services (service bundles). Its objective... Sample PDF
How E-Services Satisfy Customer Needs: A Software-Aided Reasoning
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Zakaria Maamar, Soraya K. Mostéfaoui, Qusay H. Mahmoud, Ghita K. Mostéfaoui, Djamal Benslimane
This chapter presents a context-based approach for personalizing Web services so that user preferences are accommodated during the performance of... Sample PDF
Personalization of Web Services: Concepts, Challenges, and Solutions
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Aidan Duane, Patrick Finnegan
As the criticality of e-mail for electronic business activity increases, adhoc e-mail implementation, prolonged management neglect and user abuse of... Sample PDF
Managing Corporate E-Mail Systems: A Contemporary Study
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Gary Hunter, Steven Taylor
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Predicting Electronic Communication System Adoption: The Influence of Adopter Perceptions of Continuous or Discontinuous Innovation
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Thomas Stafford
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Philip Houle, Troy Strader, Sridhar Ramaswami
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User Perceptions of the Usefulness of E-Mail and Instant Messaging
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Noushin Ashrafi, Jean-Pierre Kuilboer
Increasingly the Internet is used as a common tool for communication, information gathering, and online transactions. Information privacy is... Sample PDF
Is P3P an Answer to Protecting Information Privacy?
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George Yee
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Semi-Automatic Derivation and Application of Personal Privacy Policies
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